Five Charts that Show Systemic Racism in Canada
On Anti-Black Racism Canada can do better, be better
Following the adjournment of the OUA’s Annual General Meeting that took place on October 29, 2020, the conference’s Black, Biracial, and Indigenous (BBI) Task Force delivered an impactful presentation to members of the OUA community.
Racism in Canada Is Ever-Present, But We Have A Long History Of Denial
Recent societal events have created space to discuss persisting injustices within the Canadian sport system. This panel discusses anti-racism in sport with the goal of advancing the conversation, promoting learning, and supporting action to ensure sport in Canada is safe, welcoming and inclusive. Panel moderator: Ian Mendes, Canadian Sports Broadcaster Panelists: Peter Dinsdale, President &…
Educational resources on racism/anti-black racism
Inclusion is not something that can wait, and leaders in organizations have an important role to play
This toolkit is a product of CCDI’s 2018 Spring Community of Practice events, titled ‘Navigating race in the Canadian w orkplace’. Community of Practice events are tw o-hour roundtable learning events hosted in 18 cities across Canada, open to anyone. These events generally host diversity and inclusion or human resources practitioners. The contents of this…
The Canadian Anti-racism Education and Research Society is a registered non-profit society and has charity status. The purpose of the Society is to: Track and monitor hate group activity Provide victim support services for hate crime and systemic racism Provide public education about institutional racism, hate groups and hate group recruitment Help youth leave hate…
This site provides a great timeline of Indigenous sports and athletic accomplishments.